Let Virginia wineries take your Valentine’s Day dinner to the next level with candlelit, multi-course meals, vintage wines, live music and more. These sweetheart dinners prepared by several of Virginia’s stellar winemakers and the regions’ most talented chefs are sure to please your palate.
Check out our list below to find the ideal wine dinner for you and your sweetheart and be sure to inquire about exclusive discounts for wine club members.
Blue Ridge Highlands
Feb. 10: Enjoy a romantic, candlelit dinner and live music by Justin Craig and the Capriccio Quartet in Beliveau Estate Winery’s Great Hall. The multi-course dinner is handcrafted by Beliveau’s Chef Makayla. Reservations required. $75. 6:30–9:30 p.m. Beliveau Estate Winery, Blacksburg.
Feb. 11: Chateau Morrisette hosts a six-course wine and chocolate tasting instructed by Winemaker Brian Smyth. Select Chateau Morrisette wines will be paired with decadent chocolates crafted by both regional chocolatiers as well as the winery’s culinary team. Pairings with artisanal cheeses and charcuterie will be offered as well. Reservations required. $48. Feb. 11, 2–4 p.m. Chateau Morrisette, Floyd.
Feb. 10: Gather at The Meeting House for a special winemaker’s dinner featuring a four-course meal paired with specially selected wines from Bluestone Vineyard. All Bluestone wines including Moscato, Chardonnay, Petit Manseng and more will be served in Riedel glasses to enhance the vinos’ characteristics. Reservations required. $59.50. 7 p.m. Bluestone Vineyard, Bridgewater.
Feb. 10: Celebrate Valentine’s Day with an exquisite five-course wine dinner prepared by Veritas Vineyard & Winery’s Executive Chef, Joel Walding. The romantic dining experience will be hosted in the winery’s Saddleback Hall. Music and dancing to follow. $140. 6:30 p.m. Veritas Vineyard & Winery, Afton.
Feb. 11: DuCard Vineyards partners with Chef Mark Gresge of Charlottesville’s L’Etoile Catering to prepare a delicious weekend wine brunch. Guests will not only enjoy sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, but will be serenaded by local harpist Vicky Lee. Reservations are required. $59. 11:30 a.m. DuCard Vineyards, Etlan.
Feb. 17: Potomac Point Vineyard & Winery’s prix fixe Valentine’s dinner features several delectable dishes inspired by both land and sea, as well as indulgent, chocolatey desserts. You can even surprise your sweetheart with one of the winery’s custom wine labels. Reservations required. $48. 5–9 p.m. Potomac Point Vineyard & Winery, Stafford.
Feb. 17: This one-of-a-kind wine dinner features several of Narmada Winery’s library vintages that are available to the public for one night only. The award winning wines are paired with an Indian-inspired, four-course meal prepared by Chef Kumar Iyer of Rangoli Restaurant in Manassas. $79. 7 p.m. Narmada Winery, Amissville.
Feb. 14: Celebrate love with Virginia’s first urban winery. Guests may choose from several appetizers and entrees, and conclude their romantic dining experience with a slice of rich, red velvet cake. Reservations required. $30. 4 p.m. Mermaid Winery, Norfolk.